Iridescent Framed Fern

Capture d_écran 2018-02-06 à 11.55.36Having fun with ACETATE, is the theme this month at CAS Mix Up!  Using 2 inch Sookwang double sided tape, I adhered a gold Framed Fern die-cut onto one side of the tape and added iridescent cellophane flakes.  This stuff can get quite messy on a work surface space.  Then I peeled the opposite side and placed an acetate sheet.  After fussy cutting the frame, the gold die cut had lost it’s shine through the sticky tape and acetate, so I decided to add another die-cut over the acetate using Glossy Accents as adhesive.  I added the stamp “Affection” (Affectionately) on my card base and gold heat embossed.  Quick and messy 😉  Lots of DT inspiration plus videos so you can play along!


A special thank you to Heather Telford for allowing me to discover the products from The Foiled Fox Store.  This card was a winner over at their blog, and I am excited about their prize 😀 Thank you for the recognition!

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz




13 thoughts on “Iridescent Framed Fern

  1. Wow gorgeous card!! I found your blog from a link on Heather Telford’s blog. I looked through your work and its just stunning! Glad I found your blog. I will definitely try to give this card a go!


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  3. I will definitely be trying this technique as I have had a jar of those flakes for ages and never use them! I can see lots of options for Christmas cards with the technique! I love your simple gold die cut and the one word sentiment! So glad you’re experimenting more with acetate for my challenge!! Thank you!

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  4. GORGEOUS!!! I’ve had some of those flakes for ages and never figured out what to do with them. Now I know! So cool! Want to try out this fun technique, Jo. Thanks for always inspiring!! xx

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